When you run AutoCAD LT on a laptop, you can take your computer with you, but chances are you leave your printer behind. With Location Aware Printing, you can set a different default printer for every network you connect to. Then, when you change networks, Windows automatically sends documents to the correct printer.
To set this up, go to your “Devices and Printers” center and look for “Manage Default Printers.” Note that to get this started, you must have a default printer set already, and you have to select it in order to get the proper menu across the top of the Explorer window.
Once you’ve found it, the “Manage Default Printers” dialog provides you with a drop-down of networks and printers, and lets you mix-and-match.
For example, when I’m connected to my home network, I print to my HP, and when I’m not connected to anything, I print to PDF by default.
One drawback I have discovered is that it’s possible to be connected to more than one network at a time, in which case you might not get the default printer you expect. For example, I’m often connected wirelessly to my home network and by VPN to the Autodesk network. In that scenario, the Autodesk network wins, and I occasionally printed things in San Francisco when I meant to send them to my desktop printer here in DC. (Oops.) So I removed that default printer, but the other ones come in handy!